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  • Police Week pays tribute to defenders

    Team Moody observed National Police Week 2019, May 13-17, 2019, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. The week was a part of Moody’s support of National Police, to pay tribute to all law enforcement officers who serve and protect the united States with courage and dedication.
  • Moody hosts Sixth Annual Mud Run

    The sixth annual Moody Mud Run had approximately 850 participants who had to overcome a series of obstacles on the 4 and 5-mile courses. The 32-obstacle course gave Airmen, families and the local community an opportunity to build camaraderie and teamwork skills
  • Team Moody sparks innovation

    Moody Airmen had the opportunity to pitch their innovative ideas before a panel of 23d Wing and local community leaders during the base’s second annual Air Force Spark Tank competition, May 3, 2019, here. Seven Airmen presented ideas that will cost-effectively modernize various missions and drive innovation starting at the squadron level and up.
  • CSAF helps honor rescue community

    More than 400 members of the rescue community gathered to commemorate the 50th, and final, Jolly Green Association (JGA) reunion, May 2-4, in Fort Walton Beach, Fla. The three-day event brought past and present ‘Jolly Greens’ together to celebrate their heritage, reminisce about past missions and to present the JGA’s final Rescue Mission of the Year award to crews from the 41st Rescue Squadron (RQS) and 48th RQS.
  • 23d CS Commander relieved of command

    Col. Brian M. Stumpe, 23d Mission Support Group commander, relieved Lt. Col. Daniel Lee from command of the 23d Communications Squadron, May 1, 2019, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga.  After careful consideration, the decision to relieve the commander was made based on the lack of ability to complete assigned duties, morale of the unit and in the best
  • U.S. Air Force TACP Airmen compete in Best Ranger Competition 2019

    This year marks the 36th anniversary of the U.S. Army Best Ranger Competition; a grueling three-day competition of tactical and survival skills designed to discover the best two-man team in the U.S. Armed Forces.Although it originally started as an Army competition, this year’s event featured something unique; an Air Force Special Warfare
  • Moody celebrates Month of the Military Child

    Unlike their parents who serve, military children never had to sign a contract or take an oath, but they still have to make sacrifices and face stresses that require them to become resilient at a very young age. Moody Air Force Base showed its support for the resiliency of military children by hosting a number of events during the month of April.
  • Families come together during deployed spouse dinner

    Moody spouses and families may not have sworn an oath in service to this country, but they carry a burden and make sacrifices daily. As a thank you, the Airmen and Family Readiness Center held a free dinner for the spouses of deployed members at the Georgia Pines Dining Facility, here, April 23, 2019.
  • Estate claims for Technical Sergeant Chase Williams

    Col. Jennifer Short, 23d Wing Commander, regretfully announces the passing of Tech. Sgt. Chase R. Williams. Anyone having claims against or indebtedness to the estate of Tech. Sgt. Williams should contact 1st Lt. Jordan Pierce, Summary Court Officer, at duty phone 229-257-9396. 
  • Moody MOPPs up for FT 19-04

    The five-day exercise will give base personnel an opportunity to experience contingency operations in a contested and degraded combat environment. During the exercise, personnel will be evaluated on how well they defend and recover the base from ground-opposition forces, as well as mortar and missile attacks while in Mission Oriented Protective Posture gear.
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